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It’s National Parenting Gifted Children Week

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July 20-26 is National Parenting Gifted Children Week in the U.S., which celebrates the joys and challenges of gifted children.

Whether you have a child that’s been newly identified as gifted, or you’re a veteran of parenting gifted children, one thing is certain: it’s critical to have access to resources that can help you inspire, challenge and parent. We’re here to help!

Understanding Giftedness

Last year, we did a two-part series on parenting gifted children with author Christine Fonseca. The first part of that series, Giftedness 101: What You Need To Know, helped parents who were new to the world of gifted children understand exactly what giftedness is and is not.

Resources for Parenting Gifted Kids

The second part of our gifted series, Tips and Resources for Parenting Gifted Kids, shared strategies for parenting gifted children effectively, and offered up many online and offline resources for parents to add to their toolkits.

Additionally, the National Association for Gifted Children offers a great publication called Parenting for High Potential.

You can find many other books on helping gifted children succeed here.

Gifted Students and Finding The Right School

Rebekah, a mom who is part of our J&J employee family, has a gifted child. She shares her personal story, as well as how to find the right school for gifted students.

Online Conversations About Giftedness

Did you know there is a gifted Twitter chat every Friday? Follow #GTChat for details.

Gifted Enrichment Activities and Programs

The National Association for Gifted Children has a great directory of gifted enrichment activities, programs and summer camps.

And for a great roundup of all things gifted, check out Hoagies’ Gifted Education page.

Do you have a gifted child? What resources have you found to be the most helpful?

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